Grateful Dead Live at Freedom Hall on 1993-06-15
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
FOB/DFC Soundfield ST-250 (blumlein mode) > Sony D10-Pro II (48k); hand held for first set; on stand (6') for second set
An uptempo show in regards to playing speed. The songs seem a little quicker pased than normal.
- 2004-05-13 13:59:09
- Soundfield ST-250 (blumlein mode) > Sony D10-Pro II (48k) > Sony PCM-M1 (1st gen clone) > Oade active cable > Edirol UA-5 (hardware resample to 44.1k) > USB out > HP Omnibook (cool Edit 2000 for record/edit) > CD-WAV > SHN
- Louisville, KY
- Taped by
- James Young and Clay Brennecke
- Transferred by
- Nick Georges
- Freedom Hall
Subject: Great show
Subject: Solid show start to finish
The night was magical. Take a look at the setlist. No 'new songs', of which, I had reservations about a few of them. There are very few shows in 1993 without Corinna or Long Way to Go Home if not both). This was classic old school Grateful Dead. It was intimate and felt like home. I remember at the end of the show stranger were hugging all over the venue. I saw this very few times in my priviledged time with the band (65 shows 90-95). It was one of those shows after which everything seemed like it would be OK. If this does not come through on this recording then the recording does not due justice to the show not otherwise.
I would by no means say it is the best show ever nor even the best of 93. However, it has a special place in my heart.
Subject: Overlooked 90s run.
Subject: Recording Stats for June 15, 1993
by Clay C. Brennecke and James Young using:
AMS ST-250 microphone in the Blumlein Pattern handheld First Set and on a Cool-Lux MD5500 Collapsible Light Stand for Second Set 6"0' in air > AMS Microphone Preamp > Modified Sony TCD D-10 Professional DAT machine
Subject: Performance: C, Recording: A-
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